Index on Censorship magazine was started in 1972 and remains the only global magazine dedicated to free expression. Past contributors include Samuel Beckett, Gabriel García Marquéz, Nadine Gordimer, Arthur Miller, Salman Rushdie, Margaret Atwood, and many more.
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I have read the latest issue of Index on Censorship Magazine from cover to cover. With the richness of information and expansively researched articles on every issue, it reads like an academic journal written in concise and simple language without jargon. With its extensive coverage of all corners of the world and raising some of the most pressing issues facing the field, it is depressing but at the same time proves journalists can’t be silenced with all the pressures and threats.
With democratization of information sharing, the digital age has created a sense that everyone could also be a journalist. This created a difficulty among many to discern professional works from mediocre. The magazine is best example that real journalism can never be replaced with all the flow of information and digital age. The editing is just incredible and every article reads like poetry.
We should all support such timeless works by buying the magazine.
After spending 25 years in profession, i m of the opinion that almost in every country except few on finger tips, This Profession has become more dangerous, especially in under developing and third world countries. I don’t think, its a like passion more. Now in ruthless World, Journalists less breaking but more making news or have become news.